Care home wins plaudits
HANNAH LEVY House care home in Bournemouth has been rated good overall, and in all five inspection categories, by the Care Quality Commission.
The 34-capacity home had 27 residents when the CQC inspected. It found that staff were well trained and knowledgeable and managed medicines safely.
Food was home-cooked and nutritious and residents were treated with respect and dignity, being supported to have maximum control of their lives.
The management team was “approachable and respected”, with a programme of quality checks and audits in place “to ensure the quality of the service was maintained with an emphasis on seeking continual improvement”.